Crime fiction


A few paces on and he stopped at the entrance where he had seen the skinny youth enter and emerge. The sign was in full view, Skippers Ope. One skipper or many, he mused; something only a relentless pedant would worry about. Daylight was fading. The ope was an unlit passage between neighbouring terraced houses, roofed by where the upper level walls met.  Bromo looked around. No one to be seen. Curiosity got the better of him and he stepped gingerly into the ope, towards a faint glow several yards further on. The ground was gravel, the walls scuffed and cracked,… Continue reading

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Ready to go: front and back covers for Bromo No.5 Exciting times today. After months of dithering and procrastination I recently got off my backside and did something about getting my next book out there into the public gaze. Now, thanks to the wonderful people at Design For Writers, the front and back covers have been created and are set to go. And the text has been revised, checked and tweaked to the nth degree and has at last been formatted as both paperback and e-book. Here is a preview of the covers. Opinions and comments welcome. The coming days… Continue reading